Lisa Rinna and Kim Richards Agree to Bury the Hatchet on ‘RHOBH’
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Lisa Rinna and Kim Richards Agree to Bury the Hatchet on ‘RHOBH’

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Lisa Rinna is owning her mistakes!

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star finally admits to calling former Bravo star Kim Richards an addict and saying she was “close to dying.”

“I’m realizing that I’ve said it, I did say those things. I now have to own it,” she says on Tuesday’s episode.

“It’s not always an easy thing to admit, but I tell the truth. And I will always tell my truth and stick to my truth. So I have to go in there and say, ‘You know what, I said it.’”

Lisa ultimately apologizes at Kyle Richard’s house where everybody, including Lisa Vanderpump, Erika Girardi, Eileen Davidson, Dorit Kemsley, Camille Grammer, are in attendance for a dessert tasting event.

Once the party starts, Lisa decides it’s time to begin her apology in front of the entire group.

“I see that you’re in a good place right now — I do. This was in the heat of the moment after game night. It was coming from a place where I felt very safe with Eden,” she tells Kim.

“We are two people who have lost sisters. We lost our sisters to overdoses. I wasn’t maligning. You were provoking me and I didn’t understand that. I have only wanted to move on with you. It wasn’t necessarily a fair judgement call.”

Though Lisa’s apology seems sincere, Kim decides to attack the former Melrose Place star.

“Lisa, you’re always saying things. You don’t think of the consequences for other people. My children were affected,” Kim says.

“My sisters are affected. My friends are affected. My grandchild will be affected … This is so traitorous.”

Of course Kyle gets involved in order to defend her sister.

“Anyone who saw my sister at game night could see that my sister was sober,” she said. “You lied and now you’re trying to cover your ass.”

Finally, after multiple jabs are thrown back and forth, the two decide to bury the hatchet and move on. 

"Don't we all just want to move on?" Lisa asks.

"It just has to end,” Kim says back.

"Truly, from this moment on, every ounce of my being wants to move on,” Lisa says, hopefully ending their back-and-forth fighting once and for all!

What did you think of Lisa’s apology? Do you think their feud is over for good? Sound off below!